The CWHL returned to action this weekend for the first time in three weeks to open 2019. The Calgary Inferno had a much better start to this year than they did in 2018.
The Calgary Inferno had their final weekend series of the calendar year against the Toronto Furies. The Furies had a bit of a rocky start to the season but have battled back and headed into this past weekend on a three-game winning streak.
The Calgary Inferno had another successful weekend against the Markham Thunder. But before that, there has been some news surrounding the team.
The Calgary Inferno were back in the city for another weekend series as they faced the defending Clarkson Cup champs, the Markham Thunder. Let’s check out how it went down.
The Calgary Inferno finally returned back home this weekend for another weekend series against Les Canadiennes. With the battle for sole possession of first place in reach, this weekend had a big four points on the line. Let’s check out how the Inferno did.
The Calgary Inferno returned to action this weekend after getting two weeks off for the Four Nations Cup. Let’s check out how their weekend panned out.
While the Calgary Inferno had a couple weeks off for the Four Nations Cup, we’ve still got plenty to go over. Let’s check out the past week in Inferno news.
The Calgary Inferno had yet another successful week and dominating weekend over the Worcester Blades. Let’s check out the past week in Inferno news.
The Calgary Inferno had a successful week. They had a dominating win over the Shenzhen KRS Vanke Rays and they broke some barriers this weekend. Let’s check out this past week in Inferno news.
It was a busy week for the Calgary Inferno. With their season-opening weekend underway and some new additions to the team, it was a highly anticipated start to the season for the Inferno against Les Canadiennes. There were a solid 18 Olympians on the ice and some of the highest-touted college athletes. Let’s check out…